Sound of si­lence

BBC Wildlife Magazine - - Wild News -

It’s not just mil­i­tary sonar that af­fects whales. PLOS ONE re­ports that male hump­backs off Ja­pan tend to stop singing when pas­sen­ger ships pass within about 1,200m, and re­main quiet for 30 min­utes.

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